A year ago, Christina Kobb was featured in New York Time for her research on historical piano technique. Kobb’s research has shown a considerable change in piano technique over the past decade and Kobb is now showcasing the long lost piano technique as a performer and lecturer.
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Last year she performed at the renowned Ira F. Brilliant Center for Beethoven Studies in California. This year, Kobb has returned to the US for more lectures and performances, including a lecture at Harvard in May.
Kobb have also gained attention as a concert pianist. February 24th 2017, Kobb will play her first concert at Carnegie Hall in New York. The 3700 seat concert hall is considered one of the most famous and prestigious venues in the world for classical music.